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sescuplus (sesquiplus , in vett. edd. Plin. 2, 22, 20, § 84, where, however, the best MSS. have sescuplus), a, um, adj. sesqui,
I.taken once and a half, once and a half as much: “ut tempora tria ad duo relata sescuplum faciant,Quint. 9, 4, 47; so Plin. 1. 1.: “tempus, Ter. Maur. Syll. pp. 2395 and 2412 P.: ratio,Censor. de Die Nat. 1.
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